Neal Weisenberg file.

Kimberley Camera Club hosting slide show presentation

The Kimberley Camera Club is proud to announce the public showing of three unique and spectacular slide shows at the St.Andrews Presbyterian Church at 97 Boundary Street in Kimberley on March 28th at 7 P.M.

The show titles are- “Into The Wild”, “Photojournalism”, “Architecture Through The Lens”.

Photographer Neal Weisenberg, who has contributed photos to the show, says each show is a collaborative effort from Camera Club members.

“It’s a group effort,” he said. “We are asked for submissions and then four or five different people put the three shows together. In the end, they try to select at least one image from everyone. But they don’t put the photo credits in the slide show. They let the images speak for themselves.”

Admission to the show is by donation. There will be a print exhibition at the intermission of the shows and some tea, coffee and goodies. This public showing is the only time that the general public can view some of the images produced by this multi award winning camera club. Don’t miss this great opportunity.

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